CHAOS: As Trudeau Spews Empty Word Salad, Yet Another Illegal Blockade Is Up

A blockade is up south of Montreal.

Trudeau’s weakness is emboldening chaos across the nation, with new blockades seemingly springing up constantly.

First, a new blockade went up overnight in Edmonton.

Now, another blockade is up, this time close to Montreal:

“New blockade is up south of Montreal in solidarity with the #Wetsuweten. “We are more than 100 assembled on the rails, with the intention of staying here until the RCMP withdraws,” this post says. #cdnpoli”

Trudeau’s weakness and pathetically craven and empty word salad has clearly emboldened lawbreakers across the nation.

Trudeau’s weakness is causing chaos to spread across Canada, imperiling our economy and our nation.

Spencer Fernando

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Well since our government refuses to end this nonsense ? Time to appeal to Her Majesty the Queen to dissolve our parliament, remove Trudeau as our PM ( yes she can do that) call a general election and send in the army to take down the blockades with lethal force if necessary. because it seems that ‘dialogue’ isn’t getting it done. I’d have suggested getting the GG involved to remove Trudeau from office, but she’s far too busy fawning over him – so we go to the next legal level which IS Queen Elizabeth II, the Official Head of State… Read more »

Arie Intveld

FACT: The website claiming to represent Wet’suwet’en opposition to the Coastal GasLink LNG pipeline credits its design to California-based Design Action Collective [DAC] which has strong links to major left-wing groups and movements. DAC’s client list is comprised of far-left groups like Black Lives Matter, Palestine Solidarity Legal Services and Greenpeace among dozens of other groups. This news didn’t come from some far-right conspiracy group; it came from Greta Thunberg herself! FACT: A large contingent of these protesters (aka economic terrorists) are 20-something white females, not disenfranchised Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs or band members. Also, many are “professional” activists from south… Read more »